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with local families. sons of summer later on sunday morning. >> osgood: norah o'donnell asks indiana governor mitch daniels why he decided not to run for president. david edelstein reviews the new brad pit film money ball. steve hartman shows us photos that win second chances for homeless dogs and more. first the headlines for this sunday morning the 18th of september, 2011. the white house official said president obama's proposal for deficit reduction which he announces tomorrow will include a new base tax rate for wealthy americans. the so-called buffet rule is aimd at ensuring that millionaires pay at least the same percentage as middle income tax payors. house speaker john boehner says he will oppose any tax increases to reduce the deficit. twos those two americans convicted of spying remain in an iranian jail this morning. lawyers for josh fatal and shane bauer said their million dollar bail needs to be approved by two judges and one is on vacation until tuesday. tomorrow president ahmadinejad travels to new york to speak at the u.n. general assembly. the death toll has risen to nine inc
retired from the ft. wayne indiana fire department. that's fitting. ten years ago he spend days on thes re0 of buildings, recovering the remains of aircraft passengers. >> a hand with a wedding ring is a lot more than other people get. >> i don't want to be in new york city on 9/11. >> because? >> because it's too much. >> reporter: we have been following anita for ten years, since the dale she moved out of an apartment overlooking ground zero. >> i heard the is no and looked out the window and saw the trail of the airplane hitting and saw fire. >> now anita lives in brooklyn. >> a bit saferrish. >> like mean survivors, anita is reconciling the bits and pieces of that fateful day. in her case, by being an artist and sculptor. >> kept thinking there was something larger than just our own sense of victimization in new york city. >> reporter: so the public art she installed a few blocks from ground zero, comparing new york city with the first bombings of civilians in spain, an event enemy memorialized. >> when people are remembering that day, i feel it's important to recognize it in a larger
to these kind of voter id laws, when it upheld the indiana voter id law in the crawford case. despite the fact that there wasn't one iota, not one, not even an inch of evidence, introduced that law that anything that helps and prevents voter fraud. following 2010 when so many people sent home, think about it, folks. 25 million people who voted in 2008 did not vote in 2010. and out of that 25 million, it's estimated majority of those were obama voters. so what happened was that this open the floodgates for these republican legislatures to take control, and what they've been doing ever since is instead of, instead of doing their job, instead of dealing with homelessness, instead of dealing with foreclosures, their number one priority has been to pass these voter restriction laws. and the purpose is so that they continue to have political domination by saying, okay, in 2010 you chose not to vote. but in 2012, you're not going to be able to vote. we are going to slam the door and ensure our political dominance. so what they are doing is passing these laws. we are saying you can only vote if you ha
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of the model in indiana leasing a state highway? you think higher user fees are an efficient way of finding expansion or maintenance of roads? >> separating roads from public transportation is an important first step in giving more transparency and honesty in government accounting. that is helpful. i am an advocate of phasing out most, if not all, of the federal gasoline tax and allowing tax to take -- states to take those resources. when they see the guy doing -- syphon off to subways and to bypass and what not. they do not know what they can believe with the dollar that was supposed to go to roads. the extent you can turn those cards face up and say this is what we're spending on roads, this is what we are spending on public transit on the subway system, here is what we're doing. not in your neighborhood. transparent is very helpful. step one. >> the highway, and direct user fees more economically efficient to fund construction or maintenance. >> leasing in indiana made sense. i know there was an effort to pennsylvania. that would have made sense. you could have had $20 billion without of
a separate mass transit funds? and then on model in indiana leasing a state highway, and for both of you, do you think higher direct user fees are more economically direct and efficient way of funding either expansion are maintenance of roads and bridges? >> separate out roads from public transportation, that is an important fur step in getting more transparency and accuracy and honesty in government accounting. i think that is very hopeful. i am an advocate of phasing out most if not all of the federal gasoline tax and allowing states to take those resources and spend them. if a hard time telling people that you spend the money on the road when you see the guy davis- bacon, siphoning off the subways and to bypass and what not, and they do not know what they can believe and the dollar that they thought they were paying for roads. to the extent that you can turn the cards face up and say this is what we're going to spend on roads and what we're going to spend on public transit and station will never visit, and here is what you're doing. >> let me say. >> not in your neighborhood. going honest
not just take them out congressman from indiana saying tea party people want to hang black people from a tree. where is the outrage? if rush limbaugh or you on your radio show said we have to take out obama, you know darn well tomorrow morning every editorial in america would be accusing you of inciting violence. when a liberal does that, not only is it a yawn here you have two from the media, tina brown and barnacle, defending and ed shultz, that idiot, defending this month for making those comments. it is outrageous. tea party people should not stand for this. there should be outrage against msnbc, aiding and abetting on this character assassination campaign against some very good people. >> sean: i agree. they did this before the 2010 election and it didn't work. i don't think it is going to work now. i think there will be a backlash. a price to pay. especially from a president that has called for civility. speaking of which, the president is going to give this big speech. some republicans have said we've heard it all before, we are not going. others said america wants to watch the
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the model in indiana, leasing a state highway, and for both of you, do you think hired direct user fees are a more economically direct an efficient way of funding either extension or maintenance of roads and bridges? >> separating out roads from public transportation is an important first and getting more transparency and accuracy and honesty in budgeting. government accounting, that is helpful. i am an advocate of phasing out most if not all of the federal gasoline tax and allowing states to take those resources and spend them, because you have a hard time telling people who will spend it on roads if they see a guy doing state money, siphon off the subways and the bike paths and what not. they do not know what they can believe and what happened to the dollar they thought they were paying for roads. to the extent you can turn those cards face up and say this is what we're spending on road and public transit, subway system, and states you will never visit, and here is what you're doing and here's leisured -- not in your neighborhood. it is very helpful. >> direct user fees meaning tolls
will be a challenge for the president and colorado is a great example of a state he won last time like indiana, north carolina, virginia that is going to be a challenge. he's got to get young people energized, hispanics energized, independents. his numbers are way down in colorado. >> what happened? we had just heard 40 years ago that democrats were in the process of locking down colorado, new mexico, nevada. >> arizona? >> maybe even arizona. everything was breaking their way. the hispanic population growth out there. a lot of other things happening. but now just four years later what seemed inevitable? >> these are still purple states. they're not red states. but colorado is a state where the president's national problems are very well represented. the economy there is okay but it's -- there is still an overhang. again, hispanics, young people, he needs an energized base to turn out in a state like that and right now they are not a particularly energized group as compared to four years ago. >> you've got in all of those states competing things. one is that there is generally even among people who w
, the one that would be best served for the republican party is jon huntsman. >> okay, let's go to indiana governor mitch daniels has decided not to run. he's very well thought of. he says there's time for someone else to jump in. in fact, he even told "the new york times" jeff zeleny he had tried to get three or four republicans, other fellas or women to jump in. "rick perry proved it wasn't too late. i don't think it's too late yet. in the wired world we're in, somebody new could get in." is that reasonable? could a chris christie get in this race? >> i don't think so. getting on the ballots in various states would be problematic to begin with, before you even get into whether or not you could raise the money. that's a huge part of the early work you have to do. when you look at what's going on in pennsylvania right now with the republican legislature and the governor are looking at changing the dynamics of how they will vote electorally, all of -- >> how about a natural like donald trump? wouldn't he be able to jump right into this thing? just kidding. he's talking about running as inde
and california and indiana and illinois. every year, you see more t-shirts from more locations. >> after katrina we jumped on his bandwagon. this paying it forward is could be teenage jus. just contagious. >> it is like this dysfunctional family reunion of disaster survivors. >> it's the relationships that help you heal. >> it's about using the 9/11 anniversary to celebrate the volunteer spirit. >> we'll see you all next year. >> people say thank you for doing this. i said you want to thank me? show up on the next one. we were so blessed when we had triplets. if by blessed you mean freaked out about money. well, we suddenly noticed that everything was getting more expensive, so we switched to the bargain detergent, but i found myself using three times more than you're supposed to and the clothes still weren't as clean as with tide. so we're back to tide. they're cuter in clean clothes. [ laughs ] thanks, honey. yeah. you suck at folding. [ laughs ] that's my tide. what's yours? [ female announcer ] find the tide that's right for you at tide.com. >>> vice president joe biden was in shanksville, p
community. they're from louisiana and california and indiana and illinois. every year he see more t-shirts from more locations. >> after katrina we jumped on his bandwagon. this paying it forward is could be teenage jus. >> like this can dysfunctional family reunion of disaster survivors. >> it's the relationships that help you heal. >> it's about using the 9/11 anniversary to celebrate the volunteer spirit. >> we'll see you all next year. >> people say thank you for doing this. i said you want to thank me? show up on the next one. >> so, ah, your seat good? got the mirrors all adjusted? you can see everything ok? just stay off the freeways, all right? i don't want you going out on those yet. and leave your phone in your purse, i don't want you texting. >> daddy... ok! ok, here you go. be careful. >> thanks dad. >> and call me--but not while you're driving. we knew this day was coming. that's why we bought a subaru. if by blessed you mean freaked out about money. well, we suddenly noticed that everything was getting more expensive, so we switched to the bargain detergent, but i foun
i.d. texas, kansas, georgia, south carolina, tennessee, indiana, and wisconsin as well. want to bring in michael. executive director for the brennan center for justice at new york center of law and fo former speech writer for president clinton. thank you for joining me. you have supporters of voter i.d. laws saying they are needed to prevent voter fraud at the polls but others say voter i.d. laws will suppress turnout since 12% of eligible voters don't have a photo i.d. how do you strike the right balance? >> that's the thing. as you say, everybody who is eligible to vote should be able to vote and only those people who are eligible to vote should be eligible to vote but we shouldn't erect barriers that keep people with the right to vote from voting. unfortunately this really in many ways unprecedented new wave of laws in the states will likely do that to many, many people. as you said, about 11% of people simply even though they are eligible to vote do not have government issued i.d. >> let's talk about that. we found that number to be -- we found it usually high. what do we
. accusations of child abuse at a fundamentalist school in indiana. >> he would call you to the front, they would pull the chair out. you bend over, grab the chair. he tells you look at that lunch pail and he would pull the paddle up. he was so tall it practically touched the ceiling. and he would swing it really hard, hard enough for you to move forward. he moved the whole chair forward. >> this is in front of the whole class? >> yes. >> also, dramatic testimony in the sea world hearing in orlando. the spotter for the trainer who drowned, was drowned by that killer whale, tilikum, said he saw dawn try to remove her ponytail from the whale's mouth. those stories at the top of the hour. >> thanks, anderson. we will be watching. >>> tonight we are also revealing our top ten cnn heroes of 2011. each of these ten will receive $50,000 and a shot at the top honor. cnn hero of the year will earn one of them an additional $250,000. viewers get to decide who that person will be and anderson will show you how. >> now that we have announced the top ten cnn heroes of 2011, i want to show you how
and crannies of american history. >> on october the 21st, i see it the name wendell willkie, a man from indiana. a one worlder. what did that mean? >> he would not be a conservative republican today, would he? >> he was not a conservative republican back then. >> he was a corporate republican and he was engaged in a national debate -- we use the phrase class warfare now. republicans use it pejoratively when democrats talk, but that is what it was, class were frearfa. will he was born on a farm and roosevelt was -- wendell willkie was born on a farm and roosevelt was born to a grand family, and they never saw the irony of what defended. >> what did he look like? >> he looked like a bear. he was a great big, larger than life, rumpled figure, who nevertheless had an aura, a charisma. one person famously said that his candidacy, which spun out of nowhere, a seemingly -- >> that he had never had a job. >> he was a jeffersonian democrat until the new deal. he said that his candidacy sprung from the grassroots of every country club in america. there has never been anyone like him. it is hard to imagin
in the infrastructure? winning by taking out a whole battle to eradicate collective bargaining in wisconsin and indiana and wipe out the labor movement? winning by talking about privatizing social security? yeah, it's warfare and they're angry because people are saying, stop the war against the working class and the poor and let's build one nation that stands fair and equitable for everyone. joining me now, connecticut congressman john larsen, chairman of the house democratic caucus, a passionate voice focusing on jobs, not cuts. thank you for joining me, congressman. >> happy to be with you, reverend al. >> the president spoke today, it seemed like the fighting president that a lot of people have been saying they wanted to see. he clearly took the position today that he wanted to protect people that needed the protection. he wanted real shared sacrifice. and i think he said that he will even veto any move by the super committee that would, in fact, cut spending and not balance it out with trying to deal with the new revenues in terms of those new tax laws and the new tax code that he had proposed. wha
indiana back into play, that's going to make the map a very, very difficult for this white house. >> when it comes to the primary campaign, though, there's been some speculation about how serious you guys are going to compete in iowa. how serious you're going to compete in iowa. >> we're going to play in iowa. the governor will be back there several times campaigning. there will be debates in iowa where we'll be competing in all those debates. this race is -- one thing we've seen, it is a very fluid race and we've seen numbers bouncing around all over the place. we're going to be available and ready to campaign at any state and in order to get the nomination. >> you brought up the general election. i want to play this ad that you guys have out on perry this morning and ask you about it on the other side. here it is. >> who supports governor perry's decision to give in-state tuition to illegal immigrants? >> want to publicly recognize governor perry and the state of texas by having taken that step forward when you decided to give access to mexican migrants to universities in texas. >> all
-controlled house is refusing to do. >>> five people shot and killed in two rural indiana home. police discovered the bodies after responding to a call about a child wandering the streets in laurel, indiana. they say they don't know in the shooter or shooters are among the dead. neighbors warned to be vigilant until pe find out what's going on. >>> allowing testimony about investigators' failed attempts to question conrad murray in the week following michael jackson's death. murray is charged with involuntary manslaughter. opening statements in the trial begin tomorrow. >>> first woman from africa to ever win the nobel peace prize has died. wangari maathai lost a long battle with cancer. she won the prize in 2004. maathai was 71 years old. >>> missouri lawmakers vote to repeal the so-called facebook law, prohibiting features from talking to students on facebook or social netbooking sites. some say it infringes on free speech rights. >>> that's the news you need to start your day. "american morning" is back right after this break. >>> it is 52 minutes past the hour. good morning to you. we asked y
% of the democrats think it's fair. indiana -dz 35% think it's fair. the majority say no it isn't. >> when governor perry made his statements about it being a ponzi scream it created a firestorm. megyn: the majority of the republicans are with it. >> that's correct. now, were he to win the nomination and go to the general election, then among the overall electorate it might be more of a problem. perry they indicate wants to fix social security not end it. that may not be the problem for him that some thought earlier. megyn: mitt romney is out on a campaign trying to convince the american public that rick perry doesn't want to fix it. i don't think it's resonating with voters, i think they think wabts to fix it. peter brown, thank you so much. very interesting. again, folks news and google are partnering to host tonight's republican to bee date from orlando, florida. bret baiemany, many of our viewers submitting questions for the candidates. we will have those questions as well tonight. you in essence will be the fourth panel lis on our debate panel. you can catch it all tonight, 9:00 eastern, right
and who doesn't like the female version of "indiana jones." she is doing acrobatics inside her house and fights off the intruders. that is pretty cool. yeah, she is definitely a strong character. i like that. >> i'm not a huge fan, i have to say is this as the caveat of this. i don't like movies violence against or with women. but. >> but? >> having said that." kill bill." ." uma thurman in "kill bill." not the blood, that is gross. i like the determination. she is so determined in volume i and ii to get her killing done. >> i would scoot over a little bit. >> her character is so strong. i love it. >> as far as a leading lady, i love charlize theron. i want to go with my cousin vinny. how many catch phrases come out of this? >> oh, you blend. i think she was great. she won the academy award. >> my favorite is liz taylor. rent i,,,,,,,, ♪ i said what about breakfast at tiffany's ♪ >> that song was not from the movie. >> came out a little later. >> in case nobody knew that. welcome back. i'm russ mitchell. >> i'm rebecca jarvis. >>> we are talking breakfast at tiffany's and thought
, and indiana, to make sure that in a very bipartisan way, we were providing parents with exactly what they wanted which is strong accountable, making sure we had great teachers, but doing it in a way that made sense for the local jurisdictions. so, i think that at the end of the day, if we can't get this done at the national level, we have to get it done at the grass roots level. >> do it yourself. michelle rhee, thank you very much. i appreciate it. >> absolutely. >> paycheck to paycheck and meal to meal, and i know you can relate, because last night i went out and went grocery shopping with this father of a family of four, and out of work, and he has been looking for work in the last two years and how he makes ends meet grocery shopping in the down economy. ] [ crying ] [ applause ] [ laughs ] [ tires screech ] [ male announcer ] your life will have to flash by even faster. autodrive brakes on the cadillac srx activate after rain is detected to help improve braking performance. we don't just make luxury cars. we make cadillacs. >>> all week here on cnn in our in depth series we have
years later an indiana division of derail industries is looking to the indy 500 for ideas to create what they believe is the safest car seat yet. >> being close to indianapolis really is what inspired us to try to work with them. >> reporter: the answer is in a material similar to the ones used in the race car seats. it's a foam called airprotect, it redices impact by spreading out the force of the collision and it's been put to the test. >> we've concentrated or side impact crashes primarily because they're the most dangerous. in all advances of automotive safety, a lot is up at the front of vehicle. side impact, 18 inches of distance between the side of the vehicle and the occupant. >> reporter: developer, say the key is protecting the child's head and upper torso. >> the design of the seat itself, how we have larger wings out the side, we'll dealing with and addressing the intrusion that happens in a side impact crash. >> reporter: airprotect is on the road now and investors hope crash statistics will be the only thing taking a hit. reynolds wolf, cnn. [ oswald ] there's a lot of disc
in indiana? what we have to do and it's hard is put money into infrastructure. i agree with the president on the infrastructure thing. and we've got to have less regulation in the cafe standards and things like that. we need higher gas prices. that's what auto guys will tell you. >> i bring people together. that's what i do. mika also supports r&d. we can all agree on that. >> we agree on that. >> all right. >> we should not argue about cars with the former governor of michigan. >> thank you. jennifer and dan. the book is "a governor's story the fight for jobs and america's economic future." >> we didn't get to the tigers or the lions. >> how about our teams? we're loving it. >> holy cow. >> adorable. all right. coming up. >> i'm sure you made their day. >> pulitzer prize winner ron suskind will be here. keep it here on "morning joe." ♪ ♪ [ multiple sounds making melodic tune ] ♪ [ male announcer ] at northrop grumman, every innovation, every solution, comes together for a single purpose -- to make the world a safer place. that's the value of performance. northrop grumman. [ horn ho
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